Make Your Own Butter With Connecticut’s Churncraft


Have you ever thought about making your own butter? A family in Connecticut not only thinks about it, but they’re doing it. They’re manufacturing a new device that puts the old-fashioned back in your kitchen. It’s called Churncraft. They’ve only been in business since June. You turn the crank yourself and in 8-to-10 minutes you have fresh butter. Here are Kiki Frey Egli and her sister, Jojo Frey. The butter churn is assembled in south Norwalk, Connecticut. This company is bringing back light manufacturing to that area.